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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website says: "A semivolatile organic compound is an organic compound which has a boiling point higher than water and may vaporize when exposed to temperatures above room temperature. Semi volatile organic compounds include phenols and polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)." Semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) widely exist in various water bodies, and their content in water is low and there are many types, seriously endangering human health. SVOCs in water are mainly derived from agricultural residual pesticides, industrial sewage, water transportation vehicles and miscellaneous sources. The US EPA Drinking Water Manual contains two methods for the determination of SVOCs. One is method 8270, which is used to analyze surface and ground water as well as solid sample matrices. Another is method 525.2, which can be used for the identification and quantification of a group of analytes known as acid extractables and base neutrals. The number of compounds that can be determined by this technique is extensive. It is worth noting that both methods use gas chromatography / mass spectrometry (GC/MS) to determine SVOCs.
As a global leading SVOCs testing company, Alfa Chemistry provides incredible services and credible results. Alfa Chemistry is your one-stop-shop laboratory to test SVOCs in water.
SVOCs in water include:
2, 4- Two nitrotoluene
2, 4- Two nitrochlorobenzene
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